Laser Hair Removal is an increasingly popular method whereby a “laser” eliminates or completely removes hair. This technique has been carried out experimentally for about 20 years, but has only been available commercially since the mid-1990s.Do you want to learn more? Visit useful reference
Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) epilators are used in the process. These are technically not lasers. We use xenon flash lamps that emit full light of the spectrum. Often referred to as phototricholysis or photoepilation, both laser and light-based hair removal or reduction approaches are generally referred to as “laser hair removal.” This technique is becoming more popular and its efficacy is now widely recognized in the dermatology community.
The laser hair removal process is based on the principle of selective photothermolysis. Lasers cause localized hair follicle damage by selectively heating dark target matter (the part of the skin that causes hair growth) in the follicle while not heating the rest of the skin.
Both men and women are increasingly looking for laser hair removal services. Lip, chin, ear lobe, shoulders, back, underarm, abdomen, buttocks, pubic area, bikini line, face, neck, chest, arms, hands, and toes are common places for treatment. For dark, coarse hair, the procedure works best. Medium skin with dark hair is the perfect combination of skin tone and hair type; however, lasers can now target dark hair even in dark skin patients.
The success of the laser hair removal process depends on the type of laser and the skill of the laser operator who handles the case. Many people will need services that are touch-up. This is particularly true when dealing with a large area, such as the back of a person.